Tho Q Truong MD

  • Department of Medicine
Phone
303-398-1355
Gender
Female

Board Certified

2009: American Board of Allergy and Immunology
2006: American Board of Internal Medicine
Board Eligible, Rheumatology

Research Interests

My research is focused on lymphocyte signaling in primary immunodeficiency and loss of self-tolerance. Specifically, I investigate the role of co-stimulatory molecules on B and T lymphocytes in the pathogenesis of autoimmunity.

Service

Education & Training

Education

University of Illinois College of Medicine
Medical Scholars Program, MD, 1995-2003
University of Texas at Austin
BA, 1993-1995

Residencies

Baylor College of Medicine
Internal Medicine, 2003-2006

Fellowships

Baylor College of Medicine
Allergy and Immunology, 2006-2009
Baylor College of Medicine
Rheumatology, 2006-2009

Recent or Important Publications

Truong TQ, Sastry SK, Lakonishok M, Horwitz AF. Integrin modulation of mitogenic pathways involved in muscle differentiation. Signaling Through Cell Adhesion Molecules, 1999. Ed. J.L. Guan. CRC Press.

Sastry SK, Lakonishok M, Wu S, Truong TQ, Huttenlocher A, Turner CE, Horwitz AF. Quantitative changes in integrin and focal adhesion signaling regulate myoblast cell cycle withdrawal. J Cell Biol. 1999, Mar 22;144(6):1295-309.

Huttenlocher A, Lakonishok M, Kinder M, Wu S, Truong T, Knudsen KA, Horwitz AF. Integrin and cadherin synergy regulates contact inhibition of migration and motile activity. J Cell Biol. 1998, Apr 20;141:515-526.


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